qazvin tourist attraction

  • Achaemenid tablets  exhibited in Qazvin museum

    Achaemenid tablets exhibited in Qazvin museum

    The Museum of Qazvin exhibits around 40 cuneiform clay tablets returned from the United States after a drawn-out legal saga. The tablets were found at the ruins of Persepolis, capital of the Persian Achaemenid Empire (6th – 4th c. BC) in the south of Iran.Qazvin July 21, 2020. IRNA

  • Sanctions during coronavirus pandemic unforgivable crime, says former Iraqi minister

    Sanctions during coronavirus pandemic unforgivable crime, says former Iraqi minister

    Baghdad, Apr 15, IRNA – Former Iraqi minister condemns US sanctions against Iran and said that continuation of these sanctions during the coronavirus pandemic was a genocide and an unforgivable crime.

  • Saad Al Saltaneh Caravanserai in Iran's Qazvin

    Saad Al Saltaneh Caravanserai in Iran's Qazvin

    Saad al-Saltaneh Caravanserai which is located in Qazvin, was built in Qajar era by Saad al-Saltaneh, the ruler of Qazvin, The most significant part of this landmark is the Chahar Sough. Being covered by an enormous tiled dome, it creates a lavishing view to every visitor's eye. Four half-domes surrounding the main dome adds more to this view, Qazvin, Oct 12, 2019. IRNA/Amin Rahmani.

  • Qazvin; Iran's city of reservoirs

    Qazvin; Iran's city of reservoirs

    Qazvin, Sept 17, IRNA –Qazvin is one of the most important historical cities of Iran. Its construction and prosperity have been attributed to Sassanid dynasty. The archaeological excavations in Qazvin plain, however, date back to the 7th millennium BC. In the Islamic era, Qazvin was introduced as one of the country's scientific centers and its prosperity doubled. Water resources limitation in Qazvin has created many reservoirs, Qazvin is called the city of treasure-trove.